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While most people have the relative luxury many companies have shifted to remote work, of working from home, our healthcare professionals and workers from essential industries face mobility challenges as a result of community quarantines and transport limitations. Extending support for highly affected workers, the microstudio rental apartments operated by AboitizLand with Point Blue reduced the required three-month minimum term for all units to one month lease. This is to offer safer alternative housing for people who suffer long work commutes while helping industries such as business process outsourcing companies.
This policy has taken effect since March 16 and will remain active for as long as the ECQ is in effect in Metro Manila. This allows new and existing tenants to reside in a secure and fully-furnished accommodation in key locations specifically in Makati and Bonifacio Global City. This arrangement is applicable whether units are occupied by one or two persons.
Through this effort, AboitizLand together with its partner Point Blue, hopes to alleviate the lockdown woes of those who tirelessly work and serve, and for businesses to continue operating during this challenging situation.
Those interested in leasing a unit may visit www.pointblue.ph or inquire via Facebook Messenger (https:/www.facebook.compointblueph/).
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